Green B.E.A.N. Delivery

One of my friends recommended a local company that delivers produce.  It’s super convenient!  Each week I pick out online what I want in my produce bin.  They label whether each item is local, grown in the US, organic, etc. Prices start at $35 for the basic vegetable and fruit bin, and it includes delivery.  It’s plenty of food for two!  I’ve really been enjoying it because it has encouraged me to try out some things I’ve never had before (Saturn Peaches!  Pluots!) and to implement things I wouldn’t normally use in recipes.  Not to mention, I’m supporting a local business and local farms!  It actually ends up being cheaper than buying my produce at Whole Foods, so all in all, I’m very happy with the service!

The folks at Green B.E.A.N. Delivery offered me a discount to write an honest review.  In return, I also received a promo code to share with my readers.  You’ll get $15 your first order from them, which makes your first order $20!  The promo code is 15TDC.  If you try it, you’ll have to let me know what you think!

Here’s a few pictures of what I’ve been getting!  Everything is super fresh and gorgeous.  Usually it’s also better looking than what I can find in the stores!

The food comes in a green insulated bin with a freezer pack.

Spinach and green beans.
Red skin potatoes.

Gala apples.

Yellow peaches.

Everything has been great with Green B.E.A.N. Delivery so far!  Feel free to check out their website at www.greenbeandelivery.com.



4 thoughts on “Green B.E.A.N. Delivery

  1. Cavities & Cravings

    12 Aug on 2012 at 7:19 pm

    What a great idea! I might have to look in to this. I love that it makes you try new fruits and veggies!

  2. Karen

    13 Aug on 2012 at 3:54 pm

    That is a great idea, especially for those that really don’t have time to shop at several markets to get the freshest produce available.

  3. Geni - Sweet and Crumby

    14 Aug on 2012 at 2:01 pm

    You are so lucky! :) The only CSA’s i’ve tried around here have been a bust. Your produce looks splendid!

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